SOLD! for $378.00.
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Group of 4 cups with American, English and French marks. 1st item: American coin silver cup with C-scroll handle, gadrooned rim and base, chased and repousse scroll and floral decoration with center cartouche (enclosing a worn monogram) and stepped foot. Maker's mark on base for John L. Westervelt (working Newberg, NY, mid 19th century). 4" H to top of handle, 3.32 oz troy. 2nd item: French 1st standard silver beaker, mark for Armand Gross (Paris, France, working circa 1893 and later), with impressed anthemion and laurel frieze. Engraved monogram "Carlos". 3" H. 2.755 oz troy. 3rd item: Silver child's cup with incised C-shaped handle, body with reeded rim and incised bands, marks on base, unidentified marks, possibly Swedish, 3" H, 3.3 oz troy. 4th item: Victorian English sterling silver child's cup with C-scroll handle, stepped rim, engraved band of interlocking circles on rim and base with center cartouche (no monogram), stepped and beaded base. Marks for Robert Harper, London, Sterling, 1865. 3 7/8" H, 4.15 oz troy. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: 1st item: Shallow bends to rim and base and scattered small dents; irregular rim. Illegible monogram. 2nd item: 1/2" dent on base edge. 3 to 4 scattered dents. 3rd item: 1/4" area of dent and scratches to center side. Not monogrammed. 4th item: Small (1/4") dent in cartouche.